Charged with the responsibility for validation, you will be confronted with a plethora of standards, guidelines, terms and techniques. Understanding the language and the various validation methodologies (along with when and where to use them), is essential for success in this rapidly changing environment.
There are many different paths you can take to achieve a validated state. Sometimes you get there by good luck, sometimes you make a few wrong turns. This course looks at the tools you need to navigate the various validation pathways you can take to make sure you get it right first time.
You will learn about successful validation through:
- Validation planning
- Product validation life cycle
- Protocol and report writing
- Validation execution
- Statistics that prove validation
- And maintaining the validated state
This course has been designed for validation professionals as well as those involved in approving validation plans and projects. It also applies to anyone interested in GMP and the latest trends and methodologies in validation that are rapidly becoming industry standards.
Format and Course Length:
The 2-day course involves a lively mix of case studies / workshops and intensive tutorial sessions. The delivery method is collaborative with a small group and facilitator, which has been shown to enhance learning and critical thinking skills of participants. You will receive copies of all presentation slides and a Certificate.
Fee and Discount
- AUD $1,500 (exc. GST) per person
- A 10% discount applies for 3 or more participants from the same company
Option 1 – Register and pay online by credit card through our TryBooking site following the link (where available) in the table below.
Option 2 – Register by e-mail following the link (where available) in the table below and pay by invoice. *If the Email and Invoice link doesn't open a new e-mail for you, please contact us with your registration information.
|Location||Date||Online by CC||Email & Invoice*|
|Melbourne||13-14 May 2019||Register||Register|
|Sydney||14-15 May 2019||Register||Register|
|Brisbane||21-22 May 2019||Register|
|Auckland||29-30 May 2019||Register|
Scheduled sessions run from 9am to 5pm unless otherwise specified.
Contact us and register your interest in a public session in an alternative city or having this course delivered on-site.